Agency Reviews


About states that was founded in 1988 and that it holds the position as a “leading international immigration consultancy firm”. They appear to operate in London, U.K. Although, they also have another office in Riga, Latvia. The company also claims to have a 99% success rate and MARA (Migration Agents Registration Authority) registered agents. Although, it gives some conflicting information stating established in 2008, which could mean when they hired MARA agents. It seems that MARA agents are only responsible for Australian immigration cases, which does not aid the company with Canadian visa services.


The website does not have the best design and seems very packed with different advertisements, which can be distracting as you use their site. This does make it more difficult to get around the site. The website is HTTPS secure, which means that you are less likely to get hacked or have sensitive information stolen from your computer when you go on that site. In terms of content, there does appear to be relevant information about Canadian immigration services on their website. At the bottom of the page, says that anyone can pay them to advertise on their website which is rather disconcerting as we would expect their primary concern to immigration and visa application. The site mentions that they have legal accreditation and has a page dedicated solely to this. They state that they have RCIC members, but do not mention the names or RCIC numbers of these accredited agents. They offer a link to the ICCRC website however there is no information provided to check on these so-called RCIC members, whoever they may be. This does not help their credibility as a trustworthy company. The website does have a Privacy Notice and Terms and Conditions on their site, which is fairly detailed. Though you should know that says that most of its consultation fees are non-refundable. They have a weekly newsletter which is informative with links to further sources on their website. They also have several news videos that talk about news headlines. The site also provides a work visa and permit discussion board, which seems to be used by a fair number of users. The website has a blog with relevant topics and posts, but it is unfortunately outdated and not used regularly as the last post for Canada dates to April 2017 and before that, December 2019.


The company seems to offer immigration mainly for four countries, namely the:
  • U.S.;
  • U.K.;
  • Australia; and
  • Canada

They also mention Ireland and Denmark under the immigration tab, as well as listing “other countries”, including:

  • Austria;
  • Belgium;
  • European Union;
  • France;
  • Germany;
  • Hong Kong;
  • Italy;
  • Japan;
  • Luxembourg;
  • Malaysia;
  • Netherlands;
  • New Zealand;
  • Singapore;
  • South Africa;
  • Spain; and
  • Sweden.

The visa options they offer for Canada are for:

  • Express Entry;
  • Work visas;
  • Business Visas;
  • Tourist Visas;
  • Study Visas; and
  • Family Visas

As we mentioned earlier, we could not find the names of RCICs, Immigration lawyers or other authorized agents on the website. This does cause issues, as we cannot confirm that they can legally charge for immigration services.

Social Media and Online Reviews

We found some reviews on the website that talked about the services of There are very few companies that will ever publish negative reviews on their own company website. We noticed that there are no links to the social media accounts of on their website, but we did find that they have a Twitter and Facebook account. For claiming to be one of the biggest immigration companies around, Workpermit has a surprisingly low number of followers on Facebook, with only 305. Besides the fact of the low number of followers, there are no reviews on their page. Some good aspects of their Facebook page are that they post regularly throughout the month. The articles are relevant and link back to their website. They also seem to have a quick message response to customers. Compared to their FB account, their Twitter has more followers at a very modest 2,485, since the account was created in 2010. Like the FB page, they post the same articles on their tweets. The account is fairly active as they post regularly. There are no other defining aspects on their social media account besides this.


To conclude our review, although, has a detailed news and blog section, the idea that it is trying to operate without legal lawyers, consultants is a huge issue. Any paperwork and applications that are handed in by illegal applicants mean that your application will fail. Most governments only accept paid immigration services from certain organizations like MARA in Australia, the ICCRC in Canada and OISC in the UK. We cannot confidently recommend the immigration services offered by for the reason that we cannot prove their legitimacy as an immigration company. If you want to use trusted immigration services, simply click on the link. Have you had any experience with this company? Leave us a review below!